Annu’s guidebook

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Annu’s guidebook

Devotional
This is one of the oldest hindu temple in himachal pradesh and most visited place. It is just less than 15 Kms away from this location.
Jawalamukhi
This is one of the oldest hindu temple in himachal pradesh and most visited place. It is just less than 15 Kms away from this location.
Chintpurni is a major idolized shrine of the Hindus, which is located in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh. It is placed on one of the highest peaks of the Sola Singhi Range. Chintpurni Devi is the goddess here who takes away all the worries and stress of devotees. In this temple, the Goddess is showed without her head in a pindi form (round stone). Many Devotees have been flocking Shaktipeeth for centuries to worship at the lotus feet of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi.
Chintpurni
Chintpurni is a major idolized shrine of the Hindus, which is located in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh. It is placed on one of the highest peaks of the Sola Singhi Range. Chintpurni Devi is the goddess here who takes away all the worries and stress of devotees. In this temple, the Goddess is showed without her head in a pindi form (round stone). Many Devotees have been flocking Shaktipeeth for centuries to worship at the lotus feet of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi.
Sightseeing
Around 5 km away from this place, Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a popular pilgrimage site in Himachal Pradesh. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of this temple. The temple is also known as Kalesar and the Shiva worshipped here is believed to be the Maha Rudra of Mata Chintpurni. This is also located on the bank of Beas river
Kaleshwar
Around 5 km away from this place, Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a popular pilgrimage site in Himachal Pradesh. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of this temple. The temple is also known as Kalesar and the Shiva worshipped here is believed to be the Maha Rudra of Mata Chintpurni. This is also located on the bank of Beas river
Chamukha Temple is surrounded by mango trees aged near about 200years. That area also includes other trees similar to that age. Lots of parrots live on those trees and beas river flows behind it which blows cool and calm wind , making atmosphere more peaceful. It is must visit place in morning and evening. You can sit on rocks near beas river having your feet in the cold water and just feel the vibe.
Chamukha Mahadev Temple
Chamukha Temple is surrounded by mango trees aged near about 200years. That area also includes other trees similar to that age. Lots of parrots live on those trees and beas river flows behind it which blows cool and calm wind , making atmosphere more peaceful. It is must visit place in morning and evening. You can sit on rocks near beas river having your feet in the cold water and just feel the vibe.
Founded by Raja Abhay Chand, the king of ruling Katoch dynasty of Kangra in 1748 A.D. Sujanpur is a beautiful historical town. Location: A beautiful small town, situated at an altitude of about 515 Meters above sea level on the left bank of Beas River at a distance of 24 Kilometers from Hamirpur on Hamirpur Palampur road. Sujanpur is the Sub Divisional Headquarter, Tehsil Headquarter and Development Block Headquarter. Best Time to Visit: This place is easily accessible throughout the year. But rainy season adds a lot to the beauty of this town. What to See: Historical Katoch Dynasty Sujanpur Fort situated at a distance of 4 Kilometers. Famous for the Chaugan (ground) which is the biggest one in the state. Narvdeshwar Mahadev Temple situated in the town built during 1823 A.D. Gauri Shankar temple built during the time of Raja Sansar Chand in 1793 A.D. is situated in the Form at a distance of 4 Kilometers from the town. Murli Manohar temple built in 1790 A.D. is situated in the middle of the town. Prestigious Sainik School Sujanpur Tira is situated in the middle of the town.
Sujanpur Tira
Founded by Raja Abhay Chand, the king of ruling Katoch dynasty of Kangra in 1748 A.D. Sujanpur is a beautiful historical town. Location: A beautiful small town, situated at an altitude of about 515 Meters above sea level on the left bank of Beas River at a distance of 24 Kilometers from Hamirpur on Hamirpur Palampur road. Sujanpur is the Sub Divisional Headquarter, Tehsil Headquarter and Development Block Headquarter. Best Time to Visit: This place is easily accessible throughout the year. But rainy season adds a lot to the beauty of this town. What to See: Historical Katoch Dynasty Sujanpur Fort situated at a distance of 4 Kilometers. Famous for the Chaugan (ground) which is the biggest one in the state. Narvdeshwar Mahadev Temple situated in the town built during 1823 A.D. Gauri Shankar temple built during the time of Raja Sansar Chand in 1793 A.D. is situated in the Form at a distance of 4 Kilometers from the town. Murli Manohar temple built in 1790 A.D. is situated in the middle of the town. Prestigious Sainik School Sujanpur Tira is situated in the middle of the town.
Neighbourhoods
Among a host of lesser-known temples dotting the sprawling Kangra valley, the ancient Shiva temple at Chamukha in Dehra subdivision of Kangra district is worth mentioning. Nestling on the bank of the raging Beas, with the swaying grooves of mango trees offering a perfect backdrop, the temple is believed to be dating back to the Pandava era. The huge peepul tree under which it is located is also believed to be as old as the temple. According to a popular legend, the site, where the temple bhavan stands, was an island inhabited by demons. The demons had made the lives of a group of sadhus living in the vicinity a virtual hell. During their "agyatvas", the Pandavas strayed into the the virgin woods of Chamukha. They too fell prey to the demons’ savage behaviour. Sedately perched on a 40-kanal piece of land on the Kaloha-Nadaun road, the Chamukha temple is 10 km short of Nadaun, the place fabled for bounty and beauty; 4 km from Kaleshwar, also called the "other Hardwar"; Panjteerathi, a confluence of five rivers; 22 and 23 km, respectively, from Jwalamukhi, the goddess with a flaming mouth and Chintpurni, where the devouts’ wishes are granted
Kuhna
Among a host of lesser-known temples dotting the sprawling Kangra valley, the ancient Shiva temple at Chamukha in Dehra subdivision of Kangra district is worth mentioning. Nestling on the bank of the raging Beas, with the swaying grooves of mango trees offering a perfect backdrop, the temple is believed to be dating back to the Pandava era. The huge peepul tree under which it is located is also believed to be as old as the temple. According to a popular legend, the site, where the temple bhavan stands, was an island inhabited by demons. The demons had made the lives of a group of sadhus living in the vicinity a virtual hell. During their "agyatvas", the Pandavas strayed into the the virgin woods of Chamukha. They too fell prey to the demons’ savage behaviour. Sedately perched on a 40-kanal piece of land on the Kaloha-Nadaun road, the Chamukha temple is 10 km short of Nadaun, the place fabled for bounty and beauty; 4 km from Kaleshwar, also called the "other Hardwar"; Panjteerathi, a confluence of five rivers; 22 and 23 km, respectively, from Jwalamukhi, the goddess with a flaming mouth and Chintpurni, where the devouts’ wishes are granted

Conseils aux voyageurs

Coutumes et culture

Pictures are not permitted inside shrines

Local or travelers and not allowed to take pictures inside the shrines.
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Direct bus to Chandigarh and jawalaji temple

Bus stop to catch bus to Chandigarh and jawalaji is just 200 meter away.